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Unit test: you keep using this word.
There’s an idea doing the rounds that the “unit” in “unit test” means the unity of the test, rather than a test of a software unit. Moreover, that it originally meant this, and that anyone who says “unit test” to … Continue reading
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Unit testing Core Data-driven apps, fit the second
It took longer than I expected to follow up my previous article on unit testing and Core Data, but here it is. Note that the pattern presented last time, Remove the Core Data Dependence, is by far my preferred option. … Continue reading
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Unit testing Core Data-driven apps
Needless to say, I’m standing on the shoulders of giants here. Chris Hanson has written a great post on setting up the Core Data “stack” inside unit tests, Bill Bumgarner has written about their experiences unit-testing Core Data itself and … Continue reading
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Unit testing Cocoa projects in Xcode
Unlike Bill, whose reference to unit testing in Xcode 3.0 is linked at the title, when I started writing unit tests for my Cocoa projects I had no experience of testing in any other environment (well, OK, I’d used OCUnit … Continue reading
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